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Old Jan 16 2010, 09:42 AM   #14
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Personnally i think its great we have a place like this, Its great to share Images and know what everyone else is doing, and maybe get a sneak preview of papers? Hans could a protected area be done for that?
I currently own a Celestron C10-NGT (10" Newtonion with GOTO)with a Meade Lunar and Planetary Imager, The only things I need now is the Power tank and the GPS pack for me to be getting back to detailed Lunar imaging, the remote scopes are great but can't crater hop
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